|Indian independence movement under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and the U.S.A. civil rights movement under the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: a comparison of two social movements to assess the utility of nonviolence as a rhetorical strategy - Nimocks, Mittie Jo Ann|
Keywords: Nonviolence; Civil rights movements; Civil rights movements
|Race rhymes - Clifford, Carrie Williams, 1862-1934|
Keywords: African Americans; Civil rights movements
|Let us live to make men free : the Negro in American democracy - Kahn, Tom.|
Details YPSLs involvement in the early years of the civil rights movement, as well as their evolving ideas about "realignment"
Keywords: African Americans -- Civil rights. Civil rights movements -- United States
|Socialism and black liberation : a statement by a black revolutionary from the Revolutionary Workers League. - Revolutionary Workers League of the U.S.|
An analysis of various approaches to black liberation and the programme of the RWL. HX550.C58
Keywords: Civil rights and socialism -- United States. Black nationalism -- United States. Civil rights movements -- United States
|The competition and fragmentation of social movements : the relationship of the women's movement to the civil tights movement and the gay rights movement - McClellan, Kathryn|
A senior honors theis, Department of Government and International Affairs, Sweet Briar College
Keywords: Sweet Briar College; Social movements; Feminism; Civil rights movements; Gay liberation movement
|Tuskegee years : what Father Arrupe got me into (Volume v.37 no.3) - Torrens, James, 1930-|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Torrens, James, 1930-; Tuskegee Institute; Jesuits; Jesuits; Race relations; Civil rights movements
|Missing Pages: Greensboro Sit-Ins, Civil Rights Movement|
Keywords: Civil rights movements--North Carolina; African American students--North Carolina; North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
|"Minerva Johnican looks back" : an interview with Minerva Johnican, March 18, 1990 / by Alma R. Bucovaz; transcriber: Alma R. Bucovaz - Bucovaz, Alma R.; Memphis State University. Oral History Research Office|
This is the Oral History Research Office of Memphis State University. The title is "Minerva Johnican Looks Back". The date is March 18, 1990. The place is Memphis, Tennessee. The interview is with Miss Minerva Johnican. The interview is by Alma Ruth Bucovaz, a student in the University College at Memphis State University. Transcribed by Alma Ruth Bucovaz. Description: 110 leaves. Forms part of: Oral History Collection, Special Collections Department, University Libraries, The University of Memph...
Keywords: Johnican, Minerva; African American women -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- Biography; Memphis (Tenn.) -- Politics and government; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Shelby County (Tenn.) -- Politics and government
|The Civil Rights Movement, and expanding the boundaries of environmental justice in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1960-1999 : oral history transcript / 2003 - Anthony, Carl. ive|
Keywords: Brower, David Ross, 1912-2000; Anthony, Carl; Earth Island Institute; Urban Habitat Program; Environmentalists -- California; Green movement -- California San Francisco Bay Area; Environmental justice -- United States; Civil rights movements -- United States
|David Harris lecture - University of California, Berkeley, Office of Media Services|
Additional Title: California since the sixties: revolutions and counterrevolutions. David Harris lecture, 2/5/99Series Title: California Studies Conference (11th: 1999: University of California, Berkeley)Description: A lecture by David Harris, journalist, writer, civil rights worker and founder of the draft resistance system to the Vietnam War. Here he expounds upon his personal experiences in the political turmoil in California and the South during the 1960's.Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/2 inch video...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Nineteen sixties; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements--United States; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Draft resisters--United States; Civil rights movements--Southern States; Government, Resistance to--United States; United States--Social conditions--1960-1980; United States--Politics and government--1945-1989--Philosophy
|Five Cities Of June - United States. Information Agency|
National Archives description: "This film highlights five important worldwide historical events which occurred in June 1963 and had far - reaching significance. The first scenes (of the first city) focus on the vigil in Rome, Italy, during the final illness of Pope John XXIII and the election of Pope Paul VI. The second city is the (then) unidentified location of the Soviet cosmonaut launch center...
Keywords: Cold War; JFK; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; John XXIII, Pope, 1881-1963; 1964 Academy Award Nominee For Best Documentary, Short Subjects; Charlton Heston; George Stevens, Jr; Bruce Herschensohn; 1963; Speeches, addresses, etc., American -- Germany -- Berlin; Civil rights movements -- Alabama -- History; College integration -- Alabama -- History; University of Alabama -- History; Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994; Astronauts -- Soviet Union; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Rome (Italy)